It may still be January, but we are in the midst of designing, printing and promoting our spring titles. We have a novel from an exciting new author set to launch in Toronto in early May. Our last novel under Enfield & Wizenty, The House On Sugarbush Road, won the Book of the Year Award among numerous honours, and we have been combing our submissions for the next novel to release under our E&W imprint. Adam Lindsay Honsinger’s Gracelessland arrived with a quirky narrator and a glowing blurb from Annabel Lyon, and we are thrilled to hit the print button on a book that has everyone here at Great Plains Publications buzzing.
Visit the New Titles section of our website to find out more about all of our titles set to hit bookshelves this spring. It’s never too early to plan that summer reading list!
New Year, New Representation
Happy New Year!
Great Plains Publications is ringing in 2015 by moving to new sales representation and book distribution. We are thrilled that Rorie Bruce will still be representing our titles locally, but he is now part of the Publishers Group Canada team which will be handling our representation from coast to coast. Distribution will be through Raincoast.
Great Plains Publications is committed to bringing readers the best Canadian fiction and non-fiction. By shifting our sales representation and book distribution, our goal is to have our titles on more bookstore shelves across Canada. If you have any questions about this move, please feel free to contact us. We look forward to announcing launch dates for our spring titles in the coming weeks!
Happy Holidays from the dogs here at Great Plains Publications! Scout and Trish have had a fabulous year publishing such great titles and marketing them from coast to coast! Joining Scout and Trish in sending good cheer to you and yours is Gregg Shilliday, Ingeborg Boyens, Catharina de Bakker and Mel Marginet.
Congratulations to Natasha Deen, who received an extra special gift for the holidays: a wonderful review of her novel, Guardian.
“Any novel which has what appears to be a dead body in the trunk of the protagonist’s car on the very first page is bound to be a page-turner … this mix of mystery and fantasy in Guardian is unusual, perhaps, but effective.
Highly recommended.” – CM Magazine
Thank you for making 2014 such a success here at Great Plains Publications. We look forward to bringing more great titles to you in the new year!